Hoboken Week in Review – 9/13/2009
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So what made the most discussed entries for the week ending Sunday, September 13th, 2009?
Across the board topics!
Believe it or not – there is great debate here in Hoboken about National Politics – the 300+ comments serve as evidence.
Expect some kind of Mayoral announcement from 2nd Ward Councilwoman Beth Mason this week.
The “way out of the way” pathway connecting the Newport area in Jersey City to the Lackawanna Train Terminal opened up last week.
The bright orange “do not dare park here” bollards at 11th and Bloomfield are ignored like the ugly chick at a party.
The odd-shaped Pier C Park only has three weeks to finish up to meet the October 1st opening deadline.
A big gun-toting multi-suspect arrest and shakedown happens at East L.A. bar on Washington Street.
- DEATH WISH!
The perpetual debate of drivers vs. pedestrians gets some airtime on 411.
Hoboken held it’s annual memorial on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
Some downtown residents wonder about street closures during suspect block parties.
One Hoboken resident thinks the Hoboken bike lanes are a failed experiment.
- COMING SOON: Popular children’s activity center Kidville is coming to Hoboken this winter; The much-anticipated Taco Truck is revving it’s engine; Halloween costumes should improve in Hoboken, as Ricky’s Halloween Costume Superstore sets up shop on the Avenue; and an unknown ladies clothing store called “People” claims a midtown storefront.
- UPDATED: The uptown Starbucks closes for most of this week for renovations.
See what’s happening this week on Hoboken411 event calendar!
- The annual Italian Festival ends tonight – with a bang. Check out the fireworks at 9pm!
- The Downtown Farmers Market on Tuesday
- After you stock up on veggies- have a beer and test your trivia skills at Mikie Squared on Tuesday
- The Uptown Farmers Market on Thursday
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Never trust a man who speaks well of everybody.”– John Churton Collins